This Director Recurred Frequently in the Twitter Thread on the Most Perplexing Movie - Simple Identi

No one sees a few Jake Gyllenhaal movies either.

In New Delhi: Some typical responses surfaced in a Twitter conversation about the most perplexing movie that IMDb launched this week. Many comments, including three in particular—Inception, Memento, and Tenet—mentioned how difficult it is to follow Christopher Nolan's time- and mind-bending movies. Mulholland Drive and Eraserhead are frequently mentioned, giving the impression that David Lynch and Christopher Nolan are closely related. Donnie Darko, the breakthrough movie from Jake Gyllenhaal, 12 Monkeys, starring Bruce Willis and Brad Pitt, Adaptation, featuring Nicholas Cage, and A Clockwork Orange, directed by Stanley Kubrick, all confused audiences.

psychological suspense Mulholland Drive is regarded as David Lynch's best work, yet it is unquestionably so perplexing that the Internet is rife with explainers trying to decode the movie's happenings. Along with Mr. Lynch's horror movie Eraserhead, it was mentioned numerous times in the IMDb discussion.

Interstellar by Christopher Nolan and Blue Velvet by David Lynch was also mentioned in the chat.

In the movies Donnie Darko, which has a monster rabbit predicting the end of the world, and Ebony, in which Jake Gyllenhaal plays a dual personality, Jake Gyllenhaal left audiences perplexed.

Many movies baffled some, and their lists included a number of the aforementioned films:

However, there was a definite winner for the most perplexing movie seen, and it was this one, which was mentioned in a tonne of different responses:

For us, Jake Gyllenhaal is a constant favorite, and Inception was fantastic. We would like someone to explain the decades of super-cringe movies that Bollywood mass-produced throughout the majority of the 1980s, 1990s, and much of the 2000s. Those are the explainers we would subscribe to read.

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